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Pelagic Study stop yields law suit Blue Hills Member calls for Interim

first_img Related Items:attorney general, goldray ewing, interim administration, investigaTION, rhondalee knowles Recommended for you AG’s Office warns against false Registrar of Lands accusations Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 19 Jun 2015 – During House of Assembly debate yesterday, member for Blue Hills, Goldray Ewing called for there to be an investigation into the Interim Administration resulting from a reported law suit filed against TCIG when the House of Assembly voted to terminate the long line fishing study. Ewing requested information on how much the law suit was costing the TCI and questioned the validity of any settlement with the group. This brought cautions from the governing side and the Attorney General; who said the Member from Blue Hills ought not have the information he claimed to have; it was labeled a breach in protocol because he seemed to have Cabinet minutes. In fact, AG Rhondalee Knowles informed the House Speaker that he was wrong for asking that the Government responds to the question raised by the Member from Blue Hills as the government is not under an obligation to do so. Hon Goldray Ewing, in wrapping up his question on the pelagic fish study had said if the former PNP Administration could be investigated for alleged ‘bad governance’, then so could the UK Interim Administration. Premier attends town hall meetings Veras confirmed as second murder, investigation launchedlast_img read more

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Pica To Introduce Facial Recognition In Production Of Passports

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppKINGSTON, Feb. 16 (JIS): The Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) is moving to further safeguard the identity of persons, with the introduction of a facial recognition feature in the production of passports.Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Jennifer McDonald, said the feature was initially introduced at the 15 immigration kiosks installed at the Norman Manley International Airport, in Kingston, and the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay.The CEO said a decision was subsequently taken to expand and incorporate it in the passport production process.“One of the primary reasons for this is to reduce (the possibility of) double identity. It really serves to protect the identity of the citizen, because the worst thing you want is to come to renew your passport and be told that it has been renewed already, because someone stole your identity,” she explained.Mrs. McDonald said the project is in the final stages of implementation, and is expected to be completed by the end of the 2015/16 fiscal year in March. She was speaking at a recent International Standards Organization (ISO) 27001 Information Security Management System (ISMS) training seminar, hosted by EduCentres Information Services Limited, at the Knutsford Court Hotel, in New Kingston.Meanwhile, Mrs. McDonald said the introduction and expansion of several other key technology applications within PICA’s operations have also served to significantly boost the quality of the agency’s service delivery.Notable among these, she informed, is the electronic queuing system at the passport office on Constant Spring Road in St. Andrew.“So, now we know the longest waiting time, the shortest waiting time (and) the average waiting time of customers. Our supervisors can look at the queue (s) and move resources to ensure that more persons are working on particular functions, in order to try and manage the queues better,” the CEO said.Mrs. McDonald informed that an average of 20 per cent of the over two million passengers passing through Jamaica’s two international airports annually are now processed using the 15 automated immigration kiosks at both locations. She said tourists and other travellers using the kiosks have welcomed their introduction.The kiosks were installed by the National Security Ministry in 2014, as part of an overall $200 million airport improvement programme. Ten are located at the Sangster Airport, with the remainder situated at the Norman Manley Airport. TCI Residents not affected by US ESTA Notice Related Items:Facial Recognition, immigration and citizenship agency, Jennifer McDonald, passport Passport guidelines issued ahead of global E-Passport deadline Recommended for you Passport photo requirements Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

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Canadian Government issues TCI travel alert in aftermath of Hurricanes

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, September 25, 2017 – Providenciales  – The UK is not the only major source market warning against travel to the TCI; Magnetic Media found that Global Affairs Canada is also advising its citizens not to travel to our islands unless necessary.“Global Affairs Canada advises against non-essential travel to the Turks and Caicos Islands, due to the damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.”The concern for the Canadian Government is the damage caused after back to back hurricanes and the risk of Zika infection.   Our news organization is told that there are significant cancellations by guests; many are worried about Zika.The TCI had been able to contain the mosquito borne virus, since it was detected here in early 2016.   The feat of keeping new infections to nil is forgotten now though; mosquitoes are breeding fast and furious since Hurricane Irma hit on September 7.Also over the weekend the UK warned against all but essential travel to the TCI; that was soon amended to apply to only Grand Turk.   Canadians account for the second largest market and the fastest growing market of visitors to the country.We have reached out to the PDM Administration for comment on this string of concerning travel advisories; there has been no official comment.#MagneticMediaNews#traveladvisoriesforTCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #traveladvisoriesforTCIlast_img read more

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Santiago Solari one of Lionel Messis biggest fans

first_imgLet’s recall the many words of praise that Real Madrid manager, Santiago Solari, has said about Lionel Messi in the past during his time as a columnist.The statement that Santiago Solari had before his first match as the Real Madrid manager about playing with ‘two balls’, is a rhetoric that moves past the actual personality Solari has shown throughout his career and his praise about Lionel Messi from years ago is what pictures the contrast of this.It’s safe to say that if Cristiano Ronaldo had decided to remain in the club this season, Santiago Solari wouldn’t have even been considered to replace Julen Lopetegui because of some publications he made in the past about his compatriot.Just like any sane Argentine would do, the new Real Madrid manager also fell under the Barcelona star’s spell back in the day with his unique goal-scoring capabilities.Back in the day, Santiago Solari was a very poetic writer for El Pais and his columns were amongst the most read pieces in Spain at the time.The former Real Madrid player is a very accomplished writer and he always had poignant opinions about Spanish football, but he had a very soft spot about Lionel Messi despite being a Barcelona player.Back then, Solari wasn’t thinking about his possible future in Real Madrid and just wrote what he felt about Lionel from his heart.”Cuando Messi recibe el balón, la tierra tiembla, el mundo está en silencio y los entrenadores se agachan”.– Solari, nuevo entrenador del Madrid. pic.twitter.com/4uMLrMX3LM— Lord (@Lordcruyff) October 29, 2018This very honest opinion was translated into one of the most poetic praise that Messi ever received during his career, it was during the most impressive year that Leo had back in 2012.That year was the era of both him and Ronaldo as usual, but also the time when Colombian Radamel Falcao was being mentioned in the same sentence alongside those two monsters.Just a few days into the month of December, Santi wrote a column to describe the former River Plate striker and the major credit he had as a striker who scored a lot of goals during such a golden era when Messi and Ronaldo dominated the world of football.But Messi being Messi, scored an unheard 91 goals during the 12 months of the year and everybody was obviously stunned by the achievement.During that year, the team you supported didn’t matter when you looked at Messi’s accomplishment, you could only take your hats off with such an amazing feat that no one had ever accomplished before.It was obvious that Santi was going to mention this record, but the way he did it was maybe a bit too much for some Madridistas back in the day.Fati and Suarez shine against Valencia at Camp Nou Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 15, 2019 With a mesmerizing first half from Ansu Fati and a brace from Luis Suarez in the second half, Barcelona demolished Valencia at Camp Nou.Valencia…Given how hardcore the rivalry between Leo and Cristiano was at the moment, we can easily assume that Ronaldo wouldn’t have liked Solari as his new manager.Solari escribió esto, en diciembre del 2012, en una columna de ‘El País’: “Cuando Messi recibe la pelota la tierra se sacude, todo el mundo hace el silencio y los entrenadores hunden la cabeza…”.Os dejo el link: https://t.co/o1AIfR6CFF— Marta Fernández (@Marta93FC) October 29, 2018The most interesting part of this column was that Solari barely mentions Ronaldo throughout the whole piece, even though the Portuguese forward had won La Liga from arguably the best Barcelona in football history.The whole article was mostly centered around Radamel, but the final paragraph was reserved for Messi’s unique talent that year.“Messi as a goal scorer, on the other hand, cannot be classified,” wrote Solari for El Pais.“Calling him a goal-scorer becomes intrinsical for Messi, in the same way that storms, a flash of lightning, or hurricane winds are atmospherical phenomena.”“Every time that Messi takes the ball the ground trembles, everybody goes silent and the opposition managers send their head between their shoulders before they take their hands to their pockets.”“Very much like the time when you see a lightning strike and you have no other choice but to wait for the thunder that follows it. The air also trembles for a few seconds and moments after, you can hear the goal,” he concluded.These words would’ve been the sole reason for Solari to miss out on the opportunity of a lifetime, but the man was honest about his feelings like we all should be. Who could blame him for that? I know I couldn’t.Real Madrid caretaker coach, Solari, on Leo Messi as a newspaper columnist before joining Real Castilla as a coach:”Football is intrinsic to Messi in the same way that storms, lightning or hurricanes, are atmospheric phenomena.” pic.twitter.com/fXIqjtQXcZ— La Senyera (@LaSenyera) October 30, 2018What do you think about Santiago Solari’s words to describe Lionel Messi? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.last_img read more

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